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Snowdrop Spectacular at Burton Agnes Hall
4th Feb to 5th March
Wander through a wonderful blanket of snowdrops on the woodland walk. Every February, millions of hardy snowdrops push through the cold winter ground to create a magnificent ‘white carpet’ across the woodland floor at the Cunliffe-Listers’ Elizabethan family home.
17th & 19th February
Coastival is Scarborough's arts and culture festival - with over 100 events across the two days, more than 90 of them FREE!. With music, visual arts, performance, films, workshops, talks and lots of community fun for all ages.
Dark Skies Festival
18th to 26th February
The Yorkshire Dales National Park and North Yorkshire Moors National Park have are teaming up this half term to bring you the Dark Skies Festival. A week packed with events for all ages to learn more about the sky at night. Events include star gazing, making rocket making, talks and a night bike ride.
Library Fest Leeds
4th - 18th February
A range of events, workshops and activities to celebrate our libaraies, reading and books. At libraries and venues across the Leeds area attend workshops, meet authors and performances.
Bradford Beer Festival
22nd to 26th February
Over 130 real ales, ciders and fruit wines, evening entertainment. Held at the Victoria Hall, Saltaire.
Jorvik Viking Festival
20th to 26th February
The Annual Viking Invasion of York, now they come in peace! From lectures and talks to skirmishes and the finale battle, learn about viking lifestyle, interaction with anglo-saxons and skills of the time. Range of events suitable for all ages.
Wakefield Festival of Food, Drink and Rhubarb
17th to 19th February
Yorkshire Forced Rhubarb is recognised by the European Union, if it's not from Yorkshire it can't have the name! This weekend celebration includes walks, cooking demos and talks, about rhubarb and many other local speciailities. If you enjoy food, go visit!